The Guardian device can be worn like a bracelet
Guardian is designed to let parents keep tabs on their kids
A notification that a Guardian-wearing child is about to exceed their safety perimeter
Guardian allows parents to check if their missing child is within range of other users, and sends the location if they are
The Guardian device is powered by a user-replaceable battery, that should last four to 12 months depending on use
With the advent of GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology, child-tracking devices are now hitting the marketplace thick and fast – consumers can already choose between the likes of Mommy I'm Here, Lok8U, and BiKN. Now Taipei-based startup BeLuvv is throwing its hat in the ring, with the Guardian system.
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